Two or three minutes later the murdered man, the blanketed corpse, the lidless coffin
, and the open grave were under no inspection but the moon's.
I tell you," said Jerry, "that you buried paving-stones and earth in that there coffin
I told him that that must be goodbye, as the coffin
had to be prepared, so he went back and took her dead hand in his and kissed it, and bent over and kissed her forehead.
He took the arm of Chateau-Renaud, and turned towards the vault, where the attendants had already placed the two coffins
No garb but that of the grave could have befitted such a deathlike aspect; the eyes, indeed, had the wild gleam of a sepulchral lamp; all else was fixed in the stern calmness which old men wear in the coffin
Why, thee canstna get the coffin
ready," said Lisbeth.
What am I to suppose by your permitting Tom, Dick, and Harry to strip me of my coffins
, and my clothes, in this wretchedly cold climate?
And they made a coffin
of glass, so that they might still look at her, and wrote upon it in golden letters what her name was, and that she was a king's daughter.
The ship's bell was ringing for us; a guitar in the background burlesqued the Wedding March under skinny fingers; the air was poisoned by a million cigarettes, they raised a pall of smoke above the mastheads, they set fire to the ship; smoke and flame covered the sea from rim to rim, smoke and flame filled the universe; the sea dried up, and I was left lying in its bed, lying in my coffin
, with red-hot teeth, because the sun blazed right above them, and my withered lips were drawn back from them for ever.
Grimaud shook his head, and made no reply; but taking D'Artagnan by the hand, he led him to the coffin
, and showed him, under the thin winding- sheet, the black wounds by which life had escaped.
My own idea, on first catching sight of the object, was that it was a Roman relic of some sort, - relic of WHAT I do not know, possibly of a coffin
Three days later the little princess was buried, and Prince Andrew went up the steps to where the coffin
stood, to give her the farewell kiss.
I wanted to go to it 'cause Milty said his mother said Aunt Atossa would be sure to rise up in her coffin
and say sarcastic things to the folks that come to see her buried.
He sent for a boss-boy and ordered a grave to be dug, also some of the packing-cases to be knocked together into a coffin
The body rested in a fine mahogany coffin
fitted with a plate of glass.